The MOMS Partnership ® is on the move!
We're excited to increase our impact as we grow to reach new communities.
Colleagues and friends,

The Mental health Outreach for Mothers (MOMS) Partnership® has been delighted and humbled to receive significant interest from government leaders to partner to help under-resourced women in more communities find relief from depressive symptoms. These leaders share in our belief that amazing things can happen when we meet women where they are to advance family mental health as a pathway to economic and social mobility.

Empowered by this shared vision and the generosity of philanthropic supporters, we are currently embarking on a journey to implement the MOMS Partnership in collaboration with government agencies in three new sites, including Washington, D.C., with service delivery to begin by fall 2020.

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All the best,
The MOMS Team
MOMS gets more mothers to work
Through participation in MOMS, the percentage of women working at least 15 hours a week increases dramatically : from 15% at enrollment to 39% at graduation.
MOMS headed to Washington, DC!
We're pleased to announce an official collaboration with the DC Department of Human Services to replicate MOMS through DC's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) welfare program. United in our focus on two-generation approaches to support the whole family, we look forward to working with the DC Department of Human Services to help mothers and their children flourish in their daily lives.
MOMS Partnership ® Orientation
In partnership with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Mathematica, Yale held a MOMS Partnership Orientation on February 21-22, 2018 in Washington, DC. Leaders from TANF and other public systems across the country had the opportunity to dive further into details of the MOMS model and how we operate, helping them to assess whether replicating the MOMS Partnership in their communities might be the right fit at this time.
Aspen Ascend recognizes MOMS as a 2Gen leader
In a June 14th report, Ascend at the Aspen Institute identified MOMS as one of the country's most effective two-generation interventions and highlighted our commitment to trauma-informed care. MOMS Director Megan Smith, DrPH, MPH, joined other national leaders at the report's release in DC to talk about our program, reducing maternal depression, and strengthening family health and economic success.
MOMS website has fresh content
We deeply refreshed the site this Spring. Check it out for a fuller roster of our data, new FAQs, and more.
Join our team! We're looking to fill two senior roles: Director of Research and Evaluation (geographic location flexible; need not be in Connecticut) and Director of MOMS Partnership® Program Implementation. Click on a job title for more information about that role and how to apply.